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A Louisiana Parlor:…

Sep 5 - Oct 11, 2015
This exhibition is in celebration of the acquisition of a superb Rococo Revival… more

Ashe Cultural Arts…

Sep 5 - Oct 4, 2015
Join us for Ashe to Amen: the Enduring Spirituality of People of African… more

Ashe Cultural Arts…

Sep 5 - Oct 4, 2015
Join us for Ashe to Amen: the Enduring Spirituality of People of African… more

Legendary Musicians…

Sep 5 - Dec 27, 2015
Join us at the Carver Theater for a Music Tribute honoring Legendary Musicians… more

Longue Vue House and…

Sep 5 - Oct 11, 2015
For the 10th Anniversary of the storm, Longue Vue will commemorate the revival… more

Louisiana Seafood…

Sep 5 - 6, 2015
From our waters to your plate, the Louisiana Seafood Festival is a celebration… more

New Orleans Museum of…

Sep 5 - 7, 2015
Ten Years Gone brings together six artists whose work engages with the broad… more

NOBA Hosts…

Sep 5 - 26, 2015
The New Orleans Ballet Association (NOBA) in partnership with Chalmette… more

NOBA's tuition-free…

Sep 5 - 25, 2015
Beginning this weekend, the NORDC/NOBA Center for Dance, along with other NOBA… more

Saturday Farmers…

Sep 5 - Dec 26, 2015
We are excited to announce the Saturday Farmers Market at the French Market!… more

Saturday's Auditions…

Sep 5 - 5, 2015
The New Orleans Jazz Orchestra is holding mandatory auditions at the Peoples… more

Southern Decadence…

Sep 5 - 7, 2015
Southern Decadence started  as a simple going-away party. As a top… more

The Foundation…

Sep 5 - Oct 30, 2015
Join us at the Foundation Gallery for  House: Group Exhibition with Andrew… more

The Historic New…

Sep 05, 2015 - Jan 09, 2016
The Historic New Orleans Collection marks the 10th anniversary of Hurricane… more

The Irish House -…

Sep 5 - 5, 2015
Join us at the Irish House for Crossing Canal. more

The Irish House…

Sep 5 - 5, 2015
Join us at the Irish House for Traditional Irish Ceili Night. more

The Katrina Decade:…

Sep 05, 2015 - Jan 09, 2016
The Historic New Orleans Collection marks the 10th anniversary of Hurricane… more

The Premiere of MFG:…

Sep 5 - 5, 2015
Join us for live entertainment  at the Maple Leaf Bar featuring The… more

The Sweat Social…

Sep 5 - Dec 20, 2015
Designed for wellness travelers visiting New Orleans, the Sweat Social offers… more

A Taste of the Opera

Sep 6 - 27, 2015
The New Orleans Association presents a weekly series featuring three opera… more

A Louisiana Parlor:…

Sep 5 - Oct 11, 2015
This exhibition is in celebration of the acquisition of a superb Rococo Revival… more

Avenue Q

January 13 – 20, 2013
  • Location: Jefferson Performing Arts Center
  • Address: 400 Phlox St., Metairie, LA
  • Times: 3:00 PM (Matinee)
  • Admission: Adult $30, Senior (65+) $27, Military $27, Student $20
  • Phone: 504-885-2000
  • Visit Website

ABOUT THE SHOW
Avenue Q is the winner of the Tony Triple Crown for Best Musical, Best Score, and Best Book. “The play is part flesh, part fur, and packed with heart.” Avenue Q is a laugh-out-loud musical that tells a timeless story of a recent college grad named PRINCETON who moves into a shabby apartment all the way out on Avenue Q. There, he meets KATE MONSTER (the girl next door), ROD (the Republican), TREKKIE (The internet ‘sexpert’), CHRISTMAS EVE (an unemployed therapist), Gary Coleman (the superintendent…yes he is!), LUCY THE SLUT (need I say more?), and other colorful types who help PRINCETON finally discover his purpose in life!

WHO IS AVENUE Q APPROPRIATE FOR?
Adults love Avenue Q, but they seem a little “fuzzy” on whether it’s appropriate for kids. So here is what I think…Avenue Q is great for teenagers because it deals with real life. It may not be appropriate for young children because Avenue Q addresses issues like sex, drinking, and surfing the web for adult material. But I would say that if a teenager was brought to the show by their parent, they would think their parent was REALLY cool!